Norway Viking Sword

Norway Viking Sword

In this photo taken on Aug. 23, 2017, Einar Ambakk, one of the hunters that found an ancient Viking sword slid down between rocks during a reindeer hunt, raises it in Lesja, some 275 kilometers (170 miles) north of Oslo. According to a Norwegian archeologist, the nearly 1-meter-long (3-foot) sword dating from about 850-950 A.D. may have been left by a person who got lost in a blizzard and died on the mountain from exposure. (Einar Ambakk via AP)

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August 23, 2017 06:19:57 AM
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Einar Ambakk
Einar Ambakk via AP
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